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In moral philosophy, this approach, distinct from virtue ethics, is called consequentialism.
Foddy, an unpresuming Australian with a doctorate in moral philosophy who now makes video games that purposely abuse their players, encouraged me not to get too chuffed about my entourage.
But then again, judges in the past were never expected to undertake studies in courses of psychoanalysis or moral philosophy.
Yet economics has not always been so shy about moral philosophy.
Heavily influenced by the Scottish Enlightenment, especially the moral philosophy of David Hume, many of them expected politicians to behave only in their self-interests, narrowly understood.
Economics emerged in the 1700s as an offshoot of moral philosophy.
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